Huntington Beach Spring Events in Huntington Beach, California, are fun, family-oriented events that allow tourists and locals to get a break from their routines, and celebrate the change of seasons. Daylight savings ends on March 8, which means you’ll be springing your clock forward so that instead of it being 12.30 p.m. now, it will be 1:30 p.m. This means more sunlight and later times to catch the sunset.
Spring events will include a kite festival, last weekend in February, Paintball Competition in April, Easter Hunt for kids at Central Park in April (11), (see all California Easter hunts,) and Centennial Celebrations that the city and a committee with co-chairs Steve Bone and Ron Shenkman organized.
Huntington Beach surfing championships will be picking up steam, the beaches will begin to fill with bathing beach beauties, and the world will once again know that Surf City is in bloom, and events will increase through the summer so that you won’t have time to rest.
Weekly events that never stop include Farmer’s Market Fridays at Pier Plaza from Noon to 5 p.m. and Surf City Nights on Main Street Tuesdays from 5 to 9 p.m.